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Songs about Bukhara:
The Rose of Bukhara by Ìxtahuele from the Album Mareld
Be-Bukhara Ha-Yafa (arr. J. Sueskind) by Benjamin Malgo from the Album Malgo, Benjamin: Shalom
Binafscha (Bukhara Percussion Version) by Yulduz Usmanova from the Album Binafscha
Binafscha (Bukhara Percussion Version) by Yulduz Usmanova from the Album Ortiental Club Grooves
Bukhara by Sasha Siren from the Album Full Stuffing
Bukhara by Sasha Siren from the Album Girl in Chanson Style. Third Album
Bukhari Modes (Bukhara) by Menahem Eliezcoff and his Group from the Album Music of the Oriental Jews from North Africa, Yemen Bukhara
Books about Bukhara:
Bukhara--The Eastern Dome of Islam by Anette Gangler, Heinz Gaube and Attilio Petruccioli (Dec 17, 2003)
Bukhara: The Medieval Achievement (Bibliotheca Iranica: Reprint Series) by Richard N. Frye (Jan 11, 2012)
Bukhara: Caught in Time by Andrei G. Nedvetsky and Vitaly Naumkin (Sep 1997)
The History of Bukhara by Richard N. Frye (Jan 31, 2007)
Chingis Khan Rides West: The Mongol Invasion of Bukhara, Samarkand, and other Great Cities of the Silk Road... by Don Croner (Jul 23, 2014)
Bukhara: The Medieval Achievement. (The Centers of Civilization Series.) by Richard N. Frye (1965)
Bukhara City Journal, City Notebook for Bukhara, Tajikistan by Dragon Dragon City Journals (Dec 31, 2013)
Wiki information Bukhara:
Bukhara is the capital of the Bukhara Province of Uzbekistan, before was in Turkmenistan. Bukhara is a city-museum, with about 140 architectural monuments. The nation's fifth-largest city, the population on April 24, 2014 was approximately 272,710....
The Emirate of Bukhara was a Central Asian state that existed from 1785 to 1920. It occupied the land between the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers, known formerly as Transoxiana. Its core territory was the land along the lower Zarafshan River, and its...